love, loving, loved, lover, attraction, affection, desire, caring, emotion, friendship, infatuation.
Love has many positive impacts on health. Love is a potent antidepressant, and the support of a loving relationship is able to improve intellectual and physical well-being, as well as increase life satisfaction. Physically, love can lower blood pressure, increase lifespan, improve the immune system, and fights off disease.
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